Hello! I had actually known this site for a year (this is how I found out about lucid dreaming), but I decided not to sign up. Now I’ve made up my mind and decided to do this . I’m a huge fan of lucid dreaming, but I’ve only done it once…actually, I’m not exactly sure if it was a lucid dream at all.
In my “first LD”, I realized that I was dreaming, but everything was becoming hazy so I tried to grab hold of the ground to regain my balance, but my dream disappeared . Wait…I had another one: I told myself I was dreaming and tried to do a reality check by passing through a wall, but it seemed to be getting thicker and all I could do was lean against it. I was later sidetracked and completely forgot that I was dreaming. Even though (I think) I had lucid dreams, they didn’t…feel like what I imagined lucid dreams to be like. They just felt like…normal dreams? Is it because I didn’t fully convince myself that I was in a dream and not in reality?
So, yeah. Sorry for sidetracking there (I even sidetrack in my waking life ). Oh, and sorry, but I have another problem (and probably my biggest). I’m 17 and I never get the chance to do WBTB because I have to wake up early enough to go to school. Is there another way that will allow me to practice getting lucid without having to wake up early in the morning to do it? I had tried doing WILD a couple of times, but…it’s difficult . I’m busiest at night; so is there a method (or a specific time that’s good for dreaming) that helps me practice lucid dreaming during the afternoon?
Well, this post is longer than I had expected it to be. My original intentions were to simply say hi and bye, but apparently my fingers had a mind of their own .